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Expect high-flying thrills at Euston Rural Pastimes this weekend




Mark Westley Photography'Euston Rural Pastimes Event. ANL-140906-141631009
Mark Westley Photography'Euston Rural Pastimes Event. ANL-140906-141631009

A breathtaking motorcycle display team is among the host of entertainment at this weekend’s Euston Rural Pastimes.

Featuring three large show rings, the event, on Sunday June 7, features a packed roster of entertainment including tractor displays, falconry, hounds, pets corner, dog agility, live music, vintage and classic cars, a heavy horse show, sheepdog trials and lots of local craft stands.

Mark Westley Photography'Euston Rural Pastimes Event. ANL-140906-141239009
Mark Westley Photography'Euston Rural Pastimes Event. ANL-140906-141239009

The IMPS motorcycle display team will be putting on two exciting shows during the day.

Since its launch, the event has raised thousands of pounds for St Nicholas Hospice Care and five local churches. Miranda McCoy, St Nicholas Hospice Care Community Fundraiser, said: “I urge people to support what will be a fantastic day out and help worthy causes at the same time.”

The country fair is open from 10am to 6pm. Entry is £10 per adult, £5 for children aged five-12, with under fives free.

Dogs are welcome on a lead - and can be entered in the dog show on the day.

The event takes place at Euston Park, on the A1088 between Thetford and Ixworth.

For more information visit www.eustonruralpastimes.org.uk.



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